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Old 03-11-2013, 01:57 PM   #1
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Did I get this right or do I need to spend more time at a Holiday Inn? Trap to vent for the lav is less than 3 1/2 feet and less than 5 feet for the shower. Horiztonal fittings are all combos while the vertical at the lav arm to riser is a sanitee. Local code is the IPC.

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Your wet vent is over sized. The lav and tub equal 3 dfu a 2 inch drain will be needed all the way to the tub then 1 1/2 to the lav from there.

IS your vent out the roof less then 40 foot?

I assume your using IPC code. Make sure you pull permits if required.

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Your wet vent is over sized. The lav and tub equal 3 dfu a 2 inch drain will be needed all the way to the tub then 1 1/2 to the lav from there.

Is your vent out the roof less then 40 foot?

I assume your using IPC code. Make sure you pull permits if required.
Thanks for the reply and comments. I am using the IPC and the permit has already pulled. Developed length of the vent out the roof is less than 40 feet.

I will reduce the pipe size to 1 1/2 inches as indicated (meant to label that as 2-inch anyway). That'll keep me compliant on the stud penetration without using stud shoes. Revised drawing attached.

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